Patenbrigade: Wolff certainly are a Berlin-based electronic ambient duo whose music uses construction-worker motifs and it is stylistically diverse, incorporating areas of EMB, industrial, ambient, and synth pop. Citing affects including Kraftwerk, Potential Audio of London, Front side 242, Depeche Setting, and Tangerine Fantasy, the duo was originally founded in 1998 like a part project of previous Dust of Cellar trio member Sven Wolff in cooperation with Lance Murdock. Wolff and Murdock produced their documenting debut as Patenbrigade: Wolff in 2001 for the 3rd party label Zweieck Recordings using the full-length recording Laut (later on remastered and reissued in 2007 as 220.127.116.11). In 2003 the duo released its second recording, Werkzeugbuch, accompanied by the maxi-singles Ostberliner Bauarbeiter (2004) and Gefahrstoffe (2006). The name tracks of the two maxi-singles reappeared on the 3rd Patenbrigade: Wolff recording, Hochstapler (2007), combined with the name track from another maxi-single, Maurerradio (2007). The duo’s result continuing in 2007 using the one-off maxi-single Turmdrehkran and these reissue from the debut recording Laut as 18.104.22.168, and in 2008 came Demokratischer Sektor, a compilation of greatest strikes, remixes, and new recordings whose name monitor was also released like a stand-alone maxi-single.